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Brain Age 2 DS Game

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Brain Age 2 DS Game

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(3 Customer Reviews)
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Price: $19.99
On Sale:$2.24
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Description

Get ready for a mental workout!

Inspired by the work of Japanese neuroscientist Dr. Ryuta Kawashima, the Brain Age 2 game features seventeen all new, engaging activities designed to help work your brain and increase blood flow to the prefrontal cortex. Whether you’re playing simple songs on a piano keyboard or monitoring the photo finish of a footrace, you’ll love your new mental workout. Challenge yourself and find ways to stay sharp. With the simplicity of the Nintendo DS, and Brain Age's challenging and rewarding exercises, baby boomers and test-prepping kids alike can stimulate their brains. Exercise is the key to good health, both for body and mind - and now there's finally a way to make mental exercise simple, fun, even competitive!

Product Details

UPC:

045496739010

Condition:

Used

Genre:

Other

Platform:

Nintendo DS

Region:

Region Free

ESRB:

Everyone

Part Number:

DS_BRAIN_AGE_2

Customer Reviews

5 Stars
Great Price
Good game, great price.
Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer) from Canada on
5
4 Stars
Brain Age 2
Very fun game to exercise your brain. Has many training modes along with sudoku puzzles. The game has lots of dialouge which can get annoying, and voice and handwriting recognition gets me frustrated at times.
Reviewed by: from Indiana on
4
4 Stars
Simple yet fun
Brain Age 2 has very clean graphics and entertaining puzzles varying from math-based to music to language. The unlockable Dr. Mario Virus Buster is a great way to relax after wracking your brain during the other training methods. The only problem is that the voice and handwriting recognition can get a little aggravating at times.
Reviewed by: from MS on
4

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